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Constitutionalism, multilevel trade governance and international economic law / edited by Christian Joerges and Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann.

Contributor(s): Joerges, Christian [edt] | Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in international trade law: v. 12.Publisher: Oxford : Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2011Description: xvi, 599 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781849461658 ; 1849461651 (pbk.).Uniform titles: Constitutionalism, multilevel trade governance and social regulation. Subject(s): Foreign trade regulation | Law and globalization | International lawDDC classification: 341.7
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List(s) this item appears in: Constitutional Law Books, SLSN | International Trade Law Books, SLSN
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"Revised edition of C. Joerges & E-U Petersmann (eds) Constitutionalism, multilevel trade governance and social regulation (Oxford, Hart Publishing, 2006), which includes new material (chapters 15-18)--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Multilevel trade governance in the WTO requires multilevel constitutionalism / Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann -- Democratic legitimacy of transnational trade governance : a view from political theory / Patrizia Nanz -- Dispute settlement under GATT and WTO : an empirical enquiry into a regime change / Achim Helmedach and Bernhard Zangl -- The appellate body's "response" to the tensions and interdependencies between transnational trade governance and social regulation / Christiane Gerstetter -- Why co-operate? : civil society participation at the WTO / Jens Steffek and Claudia Kissling -- Legal patterns of global governance : participatory transnational governance / Rainer Nickel -- Non-traditional patterns of global regulation : is the WTO "missing the boat?" / Joost Pauwelyn -- Conflicts and comity in transnational governance : private international law as mechanism and metaphor for transnational social regulation through plural legal regimes / Robert Wai -- Fixing the codex? : global food-safety governance under review / Thorsten Hüller and Leo Maier -- The precautionary principle in support of practical reason : an argument against formalistic interpretations of the precautionary principle / Alexia Herwig.

Beyond the science/democracy dichotomy : the World Trade Organisation Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement and administrative constitutionalism / Elizabeth Fisher -- Administrative globalisation and curbing the excesses of the state / Damian Chalmers -- A new device for creating international legal normativity : the WTO Technical Barriers To Trade Agreement and "international standards" / Robert Howse -- The empire's drains : sources of local recognition of private standardisation under the TBT Agreement / Harm Schepel -- The idea of a three-dimensional conflicts law as constitutional form / Christian Joerges -- The World Trade Organization and global administrative law / Richard B. Stewart and Michelle Ratton Sanchez-Badin -- Towards a five storey house / Thomas Cottier -- The future of international economic law : a research agenda / Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann.

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